Google Play Store offering great deals and discounts on Android apps

By : |July 4, 2017 0

For all you Android users, Google is offering massive discounts of up to 80 percent on apps, games, movies, and ebooks on the Play Store. Well, you could call it Google’s annual summer sale that was launched this past weekend. So, whether you are looking for some cool games, movies or new trendy apps, here is your chance to score some pretty big savings.

The sale applies to all movies in the Play Store, including recent hits like Power Rangers and Get Out that you can temporarily rent for $0.99 each. Google has also marked down some of its recent top TV releases with up to 50 percent off, in case you want to spend your weekend binge-watching. Google is also offering free four-month subscription for its music streaming service to new subscribers.  There are some exciting discounts on Play Store’s best-selling books too including Zero Hour, Douglas Coupland’s Life After God and Wonderland by Jennifer Hillier, each for $2.

For gamers, Google has sliced the price of some of its most popular titles by as much as 80 percent. Among the bargains are Star Wars: Kotor for $3(normally $10), Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies for $2(normally $7), Room 3 for $2(earlier $4), Need For Speed: Most Wanted for $1.2(normally $6).



Elsewhere Google Play Store is also offering 50 percent discounts on subscriptions for numerous services such as Peak, Memrise, Runtastic and The New York Times. You’ll need to subscribe to a year of service to get the savings.

So quickly head on to the Play Store and grab these once in a lifetime deals.

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